Latest News from Hebden Royd Town Council
Hebden Royd Town Council has responded to the Cost of Living Crisis by establishing a Cost of Living Committee and have allocated an initial £30,000 to support groups providing food and those providing Warm Spaces in Hebden Royd. More info on Cost of Living help.
The Mayor's Charity Ceilidh will this year be on Saturday 18 March at Mytholmroyd Community Centre, to raise money for for Calder Valley Scarch & Rescue More info about the Mayor's Charity Ceilidh
Hebden Royd Town Council is delighted to welcome on board Rachel Lightbird, our new Climate Emergency and Biodiversity Coordinator. More info about the new Climate Coordinator
Details have been announced by Hebden Royd Town Council of a grant scheme available to help local organisations support the most vulnerable from hunger and to host 'warm spaces'. More info on the council's cost of living support.
Have questions about your pension? Need some advice about retirement? Looking for a new hobby? Find out more at the Older Persons Advice & Information Fair on 14 October 2022 to find out more. More info about the Older Persons' Information Fair
Hebden Royd Town Council was deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty the Queen. Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this time. See the Town Council coverage of the period of mourning.
Hebden Royd Town Council have approved the permanent appointment of a Climate Emergency and Biodiversity Coordinator within the council, as it continues to tackle climate change. More info about the new job
Hebden Royd Town Council have been proud to partner with the Citizens Advice Bureau to offer a dedicated advice service, with drop in sessions to the residents of Hebden Royd which will cease at the end of July. More info about the Citizens Advice Bureau